Samuels wrote about his experiences at the seminar in a Daily Mail article promoting the documentary.
In a later interview with BBC, Samuels described the seminar as being "in a classroom, in a hotel, with a hundred, two hundred guys who start making notes, with Julien at the front as the kind of rock star guru, people hanging on every word, and generally getting fairly practical pop psychology tips on how to approach women, what sort of conversation to make, how to project your alpha male, and a sense of self confidence." The video, which has since been removed, shows Blanc presenting a seminar to a roomful of men.
She teamed up with Russian company Only Me to send samples to the palace to try the faux fur as a substitute.
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Head, on the d--k, yelling, ' Pikachu.’” As many of Blanc's critics have pointed out, this doesn't qualify as dating advice, it's assault. K.-based End Violence Against Women Coalition, told TIME in an email, “We hope the Home Office will look at all the evidence available about Julien Blanc’s activities and refuse him a visa.
His so-called pickup coaching promotes behavior amounting to sexual harassment and sexual assault.
I'm just romping through the streets, just grabbing girls' heads, just like, head, pfft on the d--k.
In the seminar, Blanc describes his opinion that "sub-communication" by using gestures, rather than talking, is important when seducing women and that it is possible to "game" a woman in a foreign country using limited vocabulary.
He justifies this with his past experience in approaching women in Tokyo.
His now locked Twitter account includes statements like, "Dear girls, could you please save me the effort and roofie your own drink?
”Meanwhile, videos of his seminars show him advocating — and even demonstrating — his particular techniques which include grabbing women by the throat or forcing women’s heads into his crotch.